The rockers link up with Papillon Records after splitting with EMI...

Terrorvision have signed a deal with new label Papillon Records, a year after splitting with EMI.

The band will release new material through their own imprint Total Vegas, of which Papillon is now the parent label.

The band have been writing and demo-ing new material – some of which was previewed at a handful of low-key shows in March. They plan to enter the studio later this year to record the follow-up to 1998’s ‘Shaving Peaches’ album.


New song titles include ‘Non-Stop 24 Hours’, ‘Do You Wanna Go Faster?’ and ‘Friends And Family’.

You can see Terrorvision play live this summer at Sheffield Music In The Sun Festival at Don Valley Grass Bowl (June 10), Coventry Coliseum (June 30), Wrexham Central Station (July 1), Leeds Breeze Festival (2 with Black Box Recorder and Fu Manchu) and the Guildford Festival (28).

For tickets, ring the NME 24-Hour Ticketline on 0870 1 663663. Calls are charged at national standard rate.

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